Reimbursement for covered out-of-pocket medical expenses (excluding required copayments/coinsurance/deductible amounts) that you may have incurred inside the United States while actively covered under the Student Health Insurance Plan.
Reimbursement for covered out-of-pocket expenses (excluding required copayments/coinsurance) that you may have incurred while actively covered under the Dental Blue Plan.
Reimbursement for covered out-of-pocket medical expenses (excluding required copayments, coinsurance, and deductible) that you may have incurred outside of the United States while actively covered under the Student Health Insurance Plan. Please use this form for services received before January 1, 2017.
Reimbursement for qualifying weight loss programs.
To receive your reimbursement for taking a childbirth course or refresher course, submit the claim form along with proof of payment and a copy of your completion certificate.
The prescription drug benefit transitioned from OptumRX to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and is administered by Express Scripts® (ESI). Effective August 1, 2017, use the ESI claim form to file for reimbursement for prescription expenses for which you paid out of pocket while actively covered under the Student Health Insurance Plan. You will not be reimbursed for applicable co-payments/coinsurance.
This enrollment application is for incoming students and those with a life changing event. Open enrollment ends February 28.
Post-doctoral affiliates (also known as post-doctoral fellows) are eligible to enroll as long as they have a current appointment, were recently awarded a Ph.D. or equivalent doctorate in an appropriate field, and are not eligible for employer-sponsored health insurance.
Active military duty personnel may be eligible to waive the Student Health Fee. Complete the attestation form and return it to Member Services.
Students may apply for four months of additional coverage due to Leave of Absence or Withdrawl from the University. The additional coverage starts on the last day of student coverage, and important time restrictions apply.
Students on Leave of Absence from the University may appeal to extend coverage beyond the four months of Leave Of Absence coverage.
Students who know that their alternate insurance coverage will start after the waiver deadline may complete a “Pending Enrollment” waiver by the deadline: July 31 (fall) or January 31 (spring).
Students who previously waived the Student Health Insurance Plan may be eligible to re-enroll based on certain criteria.
Student coverage ends depending upon the day the student completes degree requirements.
This form is for members to declare their eligibility for Medicare.
Members can request a cost estimate if they meet eligibility guidelines and are currently enrolled in the health plan. An estimate does not guarantee coverage, and each admission, procedure, or service must be a medically necessary covered benefit and meet medical guidelines. All prior authorization and referrals must be obtained, if necessary.
There are two options for receiving an estimate of your financial responsibility for an upcoming service or procedure.
Estimates from Your Insurance Plan
Visit the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts website and log into MYBLUE or call 1 (800) 257-8141 for assistance. To help get you started, use the Blue Cross Blue Shield checklist form, which provides guidelines on what information you need in order to receive an estimate. Once you are logged into MYBLUE, you can also:
View claims online
Monitor your deductible and out-of-pocket maximum
Request a written estimate
Estimates from Your Provider
All providers are now required to provide cost estimates for service they provide. Talk to your provider about obtaining an estimate prior to receiving care.